Dzog Blog2023-12-04T14:36:17+00:00

The Dzogchen Community UK’s Blog is your space.

All kinds of contributions are welcome! Please write about your experiences; your life as a practitioner: in a cave? At Merigar, Dzamlingar, Lekdanling or Kunselling; in China, Mexico, India, Tibet or British suburbia. Anywhere members of the Community are pursuing our spiritual aims.

We know what an amazingly talented bunch of creative people we have in our Sangha, so please send us your poems, recipes or photographs, even sound or video clips, if that’s your medium.

The brief is simple:

  1. Your writing must relate, however tenuously, to practice in the Dzogchen Community under the guidance of our Precious Master, Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche.
  2. It cannot be too short. It must not be too long – over a 1000 words has to be very special to hold most peoples’ attention I am sure.
  3. With compassion and wisdom as the bottom line, you can be as serious or as funny as you like.

This will be the main publishing outlet for the Community in the future and the Gakyil are anxious that everyone should have access to it. We will be contacting the handful of people without email addresses to offer them a printed extract of the Best of the Blog on an annual basis. If you know of any member in this position please alert us.

Please send your ideas, articles and questions to Carel who looks after the DzogBlog at the moment.

2409, 2017

Chogyal Namkhai Norbu arrives in Dzamlingar!

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Saturday 23rd September 2017:- Rinpoche and Rosa arrived in Dzamlingar on Saturday around 2.30pm and he was greeted by many people. As his journey started very early in the morning Rinpoche and Rosa quickly ascended to their apartment which was completely overhauled and renewed for them. The Dzamlingar sangha [...]

2209, 2017

Preparation for Rinpoche’s arrival in Dzamlingar

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Wednesday 20th September: Preparation for Rinpoche’s arrival in Dzamlingar on Saturday We are tangibly buzzing in Dzamlingar. Excited about Rinpoche’s imminent arrival on Saturday afternoon we are activated and getting very busy. The Cafeteria is being cleaned and upgraded. A host of second hand chairs have arrived as a [...]

1709, 2017

Khalongdorjekar – of the Song of the Vajra

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During August 2017 Vajra dancers of the UK gathered as usual to spend a week together practising the well known 3 dances of Chögyal Namkhai Norbu's Longsal terma. These dances, as most of us are familiar, are practised on a circular geometric mandala with 6 male (Pawos) and 6 [...]

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